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These Operations & Algebraic Thinking project-based activities are a way to enrich your high-achieving students through independent work study, while you are able to focus on providing instruction and support to your on level and approaching level students.
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The purpose of the iLogo Slope Mastery Task is to give students an opportunity to use slope in an artistic endeavor that has real-world applications. Every company around the globe has a logo that symbolizes their brand. Logos need not be elaborate, but they must be recognizable, and unique to the

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Also included in: Fun with Slope: Rate of Change Activities Bundle – Project Based Learning (PLB)

Imagine your seventh-graders as producers of the next hit music video... and it's all about number sense! This engaging project gives students hands-on experience with adding, subtracting, multiplying and diving positive and negative decimals in an authentic, need-to-know context that will prepare t

The purpose of this task is to give students an opportunity to use equations to understand negative integer values in a real world context. This task creates depth and complexity to the understanding of negative values and the use of equations to calculate and evaluate them. Students will imagine pu

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Students use creativity to demonstrate mastery with operations involving exponents and radicals. The Exponents & Radicals Board Game gives students the opportunity to create a wholly original game that incorporates: evaluating exponents, evaluating radicals, negative exponents, fractional expone

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Explore functions through the lens of cryptography with this engaging unit plan! Not only will students be cracking codes and creating their own, but they will also be exploring the history behind cryptography during WWII and examining primary sources!
This unit includes 7 DETAILED lessons with nee

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This is an engaging, problem-based inquiry activity that gets your students utilizing the Scientific Method to solve a real-life problem and learn to think critically. Designed for science students in the middle and high school grades, this activity is NGSS, Common Core, and STEM-aligned and uses co

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The Unique Survey Project gives students an opportunity to show their mastery of: data gathering, survey sampling, developing appropriate survey questions, data tables, Direct Variation, discrete graphs, dot plots, box and whisker graphs, and calculating the inter-quartile range. Each student choose

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Also included in: Fun with Ratios Activities Bundle - 7th Grade PBL with Math

These Operations & Algebraic Thinking project-based activities are a way to enrich your high-achieving students through independent work study, while you are able to focus on providing instruction and support to your on level and approaching level students. What’s Included:These 24 activities we

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The purpose of the Skittles Probability Challenge is to provide students the opportunity to practice using simple and compound probabilities in a unique and memorable fashion. Each student is given random data to work with. No two samples are identical. Students will: 1. Make predictions based on l

Project Based Learning with Linear Algebra – Imitation Game Matrix MultiplicationThe purpose of this project is to get students excited about mathematics using a compelling historical event and major motion picture: The Imitation Game. This project is best suited for students who are not yet familia

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Project Based Learning with Math – Up Shirt Creek Systems of Equations TaskThe purpose of this project is to get students invested in learning systems of equations through a real-world situation. Students will use linear equations to determine the expense and revenue of a start-up t-shirt shop calle

Raising Puppies Mastery Task gives students an opportunity to use rate of change in a real-world context. Students will calculate and apply rate of change to determine the growth of a Bernedoodle puppy. They will create data tables, graphs, and linear equations to find solutions, display results, an

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Engage your math students in authentic, real world learning by helping them plan a fireworks show! This product includes two versions of an entry document to launch a PBL unit on quadratics. The document is a Microsoft Word Doc so you can make edits where needed. The first includes a more detailed p

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The Direct Variation Poster Mastery Task gives students the opportunity to create a real-life rate of change story problem and solve it demonstrating five specific skills. First students create a real-life, rate of change, story problem. Using the student designed story problem, each student will co

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Also included in: Fun with Ratios Activities Bundle - 7th Grade PBL with Math

This project covers math standards related to both exponents & radicals. Students choose six of the ten key exponent and radicals vocabulary words, then match each of the chosen words to one of the six exemplar types. Students will then define and create a unique example for each word. Students

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The Alphabet Slope Creative Project gives students an opportunity to practice using positive, negative, zero and undefined slopes in a creative context that is fun and personal. This project has two parts. First students practice labeling the lines that make up the letters of the alphabet, according

This cooperative learning and problem based learning activity is great for introducing finding the whole percent problems to students! Visual models are used to cater to multiple learning styles.

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This is a PBL covering systems of equations as its primary focus.
Students will watch a short video (or have a discussion with a local Search and Rescue volunteer) and discuss the actions that led to the situation in the video. Students are given a packet of information and instructions.
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This project may never be as popular as my project called The Fermi Project, but this will probably be one of my more creative projects. I've been using a PBL style of teaching in an Occupational Course of Study class, and since my administration has allowed me to treat it more like an experimental

This is the first worksheet in a series that is about the Zero G flight program. It goes very well with Quadratics. I am having students complete these along side completing a PBL that I will upload soon. You can have the students find the equation by regression or algebraically or graphically.

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